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  Fulton XRay pic2.JPG - FULTON XRAY BOTTOM - Hard to find special-edition brass X-Ray lamp, stamped on bottom EM HAW CO for Emmons Hawkins Hardware Co., FULTON and HUNTINGTON, WV, ca. 1919-1920   [Justrite Mfg. Co. sold two special-edition cap lamps to other companies complete with each company's own private-label stamping.  These lamps are quite hard to find.  This "Fulton" lamp is one of the private-label stampings for two businesses, the Emmons-Hawkins Hardware Co. of Huntington, WV and the Fulton Tool Works.  Except for the bottom stamping, this lamp is identical to Justrite's "X-Ray" cap lamp, produced from around 1918 through the early 1920s.  EM Haw Co. was a large wholesale hardware supplier in business continuously from 1884 through 1934.  See Lackey and Thorpe, Mining Artifact Collector #11, p 4)  
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Fulton XRay pic2 | FULTON XRAY BOTTOM - Hard to find special-edition brass X-Ray lamp, stamped on bottom EM HAW CO for Emmons Hawkins Hardware Co., FULTON and HUNTINGTON, WV, ca. 1919-1920 [Justrite Mfg. Co. sold two special-edition cap lamps to other companies complete with each company's own private-label stamping. These lamps are quite hard to find. This "Fulton" lamp is one of the private-label stampings for two businesses, the Emmons-Hawkins Hardware Co. of Huntington, WV and the Fulton Tool Works. Except for the bottom stamping, this lamp is identical to Justrite's "X-Ray" cap lamp, produced from around 1918 through the early 1920s. EM Haw Co. was a large wholesale hardware supplier in business continuously from 1884 through 1934. See Lackey and Thorpe, Mining Artifact Collector #11, p 4) Download Original Image
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